TD Ameritrade Park is increasing its security for Thursday night's Major League Baseball game, so if you're going, you might want to get there early. First pitch is set for 7:05 p.m.

Typically, ballpark security uses metal-detecting wands to screen fans entering the stadium. For the Kansas City Royals-Detroit Tigers game, walk-through metal detectors have been added.

Those metal detectors will be removed after Thursday night's game, and the stadium will return to its use of metal-detecting wands for the College World Series.

Many of the ballpark’s security rules still apply, including its clear-bag policy. Signs have been placed near the entrance gates laying out the prohibited items.

Below is a list of prohibited items. For more information regarding security, contact the TD Ameritrade Park Omaha Ticket Office at 402-546-1800.

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PROHIBITED

  • Abusive, foul or disruptive language; obscene clothing; indecent clothing
  • Action sports equipment included but not limited to bicycles, skateboards, roller blades, scooters and roller skates
  • Aerosol cans (i.e. hairspray, Mace, etc.)
  • Alcohol, drugs, illegal substances
  • Animals (except certified service animals)
  • Any item or action deemed to be a threat to public safety
  • Baseball bats or clubs
  • Beach balls and other inflatable items
  • Brooms
  • Cameras with lenses larger than 3 inches
  • Cans, glass and thermos bottles
  • Drones and other unmanned aerial vehicles
  • Large bags and hard-sided coolers
  • Laser pens and laser pointers
  • Noise-making devices (i.e. air horns, cowbells, etc.)
  • Outside food and beverage except for 20 oz. or smaller empty plastic bottles for water
  • Signs or banners
  • Smoking of cigarettes, e-cigarettes, vapor cigarettes or any device that mimics smoking
  • Sticks or clubs
  • Toy guns or knives (including water guns)
  • Umbrellas
  • Weapons including pocket knives, blades, tasers, brass knuckles, firearms, fireworks and other illegal substances. This includes permit holders possessing or carrying lawfully concealed weapons.

Chris Peters covers the Henry Doorly Zoo and writes feature stories for The World Herald's Living section. Follow him on Twitter @_ChrisPeters. Phone: 402-444-1734.

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